The Business Analyst Level 3 is responsible for: establishing liaison relationship with business partners in order to provide solutions; analyzing business workflows to address business needs; managing clients priorities of projects and requests.
The Application Analysis group within the largest Research and Development Non-profit company is looking for a strong Business Analyst to join the team and serve as a liaison with business and technical staff to develop, organize, and manage business and functional requirements for IT projects and initiatives.
Candidate must have ability to work with sense of urgency and be result oriented. Strong ability to define data elements, research criteria, and develop reporting solutions in collaboration with business partners is a must.
Act as a liaison between engineering managers, senior managers, division directors, and department management in budget and business activities to ensure optimal operational performance with minimum supervision and participate in planning and execution of departmental business plans and adhoc projects based on Project Management Concept.
Searching for a Business Analyst with years of previous technical experience and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite of Products; years of experience using proper research for gathering data requirments.
In this role, you will hands-on experience as a Business Systems Analyst, Systems Analyst, Technical Analyst or a related discipline with an emphasis on delivering cutting edge technology within finance.
The primary role of the IT System/Business Analyst is to translate business requirements into technical specifications, maintain relationships with the business, and drive standard business processes across the IT Enterprise.
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